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Allergy season is always a tough time for me. It has been so bad in the past that I have had to lie down with a wet wash cloth over my eyes to feel some relief. My eyes are sensitive. It doesn't take much for them to water, even bright sunlight can have me squinting and tearing up. I knew I was a good candidate to try Similasan Allergy Eye Relief because of my experiences with seasonal allergies.
My husband and I have both been using these eye drops this allergy season and have found them refreshing and soothing. So much better than the itching, watering, burning, downright painful experiences of my past.
These drops come in a glass bottle so you actually squeeze the plastic tip instead of the bottle. It seems a little odd at first, but they are actually very easy to use.
Similasan Allergy Eye Relief drops are made with natural active ingredients of Eyebright (Euphrasia) and Sabadilla which are flowers. Eyebright (Euphrasia) is intended to temporarily relieve minor symptoms such as a thick mucus and/or watery discharge, redness, and swelling of the eyelid. Sabadilla is intended to temporarily relieve minor symptoms such as watering eyes and eyelid redness.
These eye drops do not contain antihistamines or vasoconstrictors.
Similasan Allergy Eye Relief drops are available at a long list of retailers including Amazon, CVS, Dollar General, Giant Eagle, Kroger, Meijer, and Walmart.
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